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Chapter 1. Introducing Acrobat > Adobe PDF on the World Wide Web

Adobe PDF on the World Wide Web

The World Wide Web has greatly expanded the possibilities for delivering electronic documents to a wide and varied audience. Because web browsers can be configured to run other applications inside the browser window, you can post PDF files as part of a website. Your users can download or view these PDF files inside the browser window using Adobe Reader.

When including a PDF file as part of your web page, you should direct your users to the Adobe website so that the first time they look at a PDF document, they can download Adobe Reader free of charge if necessary.


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